Cluster Festival, March 16 2013

Reasons
Saturday, March 16, 2013, 9pm
Everyone but the kitchen sink:
JAMES O’CALLAGHAN hits the books in his novel composition Reasons, composed for library books and live electronics / DAVID STOREN’s new instrument, the SOUND BRUSH integrates sound and light / JEFF STONEHOUSE and SARAH ALBU perform Kate Soper’s Only the Words Themselves Mean What They Say / a show-stopping collaborative improv featuring PARAMIRABO and The Gritty’s SARAH KIRSCH / improv sets by MOMA and LORI FREEDMAN.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TSAWORKS geometric installation at Cluster Festival, Winnipeg

 

 

JAMES O’CALLAGHAN hits the books in his novel composition Reasons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JEFF STONEHOUSE and SARAH ALBU perform Kate Soper’s Only the Words Themselves Mean What They Say

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Collaborative sound improv with cutlery, hammers, dishes and metal bowls

 

 

Cluster New Music + Integrated Arts Festival, Winnipeg 2013

 

 

 

 

Amazing geometric spaceship fractal crystal shard art installation by Martin Böttger of TSAWORKS

Martin Böttger lives and works in Berlin and Kassel, Germany. The main focus of his work is visual arts: 3D animations (generative and interactive), club visuals, video installation, audio-video performances, sculptures and installations. His work encompasses such ideas as time, space, deformation, deconstruction, rearrangement, layering, distortion, tensions, relations, harmony, mass and swarm structuring-clustering.

 

 

 

Lori Freedman making amazing sounds on the Bass Clarinet

from http://www.lorifreedman.com/en/

“Who is Lori Freedman?

I am a Montreal-based musician. Freelance, independent. Meaning, I wear a few hats. I am a performer who plays music for contrabass, bass, A, B-flat, C and E-flat clarinets. I play written and improvised music, ranging in settings from orchestra, concerti, chamber ensemble and solo. I also write concert music, music for dance, film and theatre. I perform in all of these arenas both live on stage and in the recording studio. As well as touring extensively I teach contemporary and improvised music for all instruments. One of my most frequent habits is playing music with my band Ensemble Transmission (see the Links page), a sextet that contains flute, clarinet, violin, cello, percussion and piano.”

 

 

Amazing geometric spaceship fractal crystal shard art installation by TSAWORKS

http://www.tsaworks.com

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